Scotrail has scrapped plans to remove the fee for using toilets at four of its railway stations. Network Rail pledged free toilets at Glasgow Central and Edinburgh Waverley last year. It prompted ScotRail to investigate free access at Glasgow Queen Street, Aberdeen, Inverness and Fort William - but now ScotRail says the move is not viable based on police advice. The price has also risen from 30p to 50p at Aberdeen due to operating costs.
ScotRail says it is not viable to scrap fees at four stations amid fears it could increase anti-social behaviour.